Adalbert I von Schwaben, Graf von Räthien & Thurgau

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Adalbert I von Schwaben (von Räthien), Graf von Räthien & Thurgau

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Italy
Death: Died in Schanis, Zurich, Switzerland
Immediate Family:

Son of Hunfrid I de Recia e de Istria, duque and Hitta Udalriching
Husband of ? am Bodensee?
Father of Adalbert II, count in the Thurgau; Ulrich I, Graf von Thurgau and Bouchard
Brother of Burchard Count Istria and Hunfried II av Thurgau

Occupation: Markgreve, Comte, de Rätien, de Thurgau, 836/838, de Thurgovie, de Rhétie, Greve i Rätien och Thurgau c 836-838, Count of both Rhaetias (RHAETIUS), Graf von beider RATIEN; von SCHWABEN-BURKARDE; Graf im HEGAU; de HESBAYE (?)
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About Adalbert I von Schwaben (von Räthien), Graf von Räthien & Thurgau

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ADALBERT [I] (-killed in battle Retiense 13 May 841).

  • Jackman quotes the Memorial book of Reichenau which lists (in order) "Hunfridus, Hitta, Adelpreht, Odalrih, Hunfrid, Liutsind, Hitta, Imma, Aba", whom he identifies as Hunfried, his wife, their three sons and possible four daughters[486]. Graf im Thurgau [836]/[838].
  • "Hludowicum regem" donated Abersee to Kloster Mondsee by charter dated 829 by the intervention of "Ernosto et Adalperto"[487].
  • The Gesta Francorum names "Adalberti comitis" in 839 and records his death in battle "in Retiense…841 III Id Mai"[488].
  • Although it is not certain that the latter two entries relate to Adalbert [I], the reference to "Retiense" connects with "Rätien" where Adalbert's supposed father was Count.]

Married: ??. The name of Adalbert's wife is not known.

Graf Adalbert [I] & his wife had one child:

  1. UDALRICH (?-[before 15 May 857])